CITY OF MARION COUNCIL AGENDA
Monday 6:30 P.M. DATE: April 09, 2018
MEETING TO BE HELD AT CITY HALL 1102 TOWER SQUARE
_______PUBLIC HEARING 5:30 p.m. Third Amendment to the Marion Height II TIF Financing
_______PUBLIC HEARING 6:00 p.m. To discuss or answer questions – Vacation of a portion
Of Oxford Avenue.
_______PUBLIC Hearing 6:15 p.m. To discuss or answer questions – Vacation of a portion
Of 7th Street.
X REGULAR MEETING ___ __ CONTINUED MEETING
__X___ PLEDGE TO THE FLAG
__X__ ROLL CALL
___X__ MINUTES: Regular Meeting 03/26/2018 & Special Meeting 03/24/2018
__X___ EXECUTIVE SESSION – Real Estate-Personnel-Litigation-Contracts
______ EXECUTIVE MINUTES
______ TREASURER’S REPORT
___X_ APPROVE BILLS
___X_ CONSENT AGENDA:
___X __ PUBLIC COMMENTS:
__ _ ZONING BOARD
___X__ COMMISSIONERS REPORTS:
1. Council approval to pay $33,389.21 for the additional items, freight and startup cost of getting the new pump for Halfway Road lift station. The original pump was quoted at $22,567.00, but was later found to be an obsolete model that would not work for this lift station.
2.Council approval to accept proposal from White & Borgognoni Architects, P. C. for preliminary designs for addition to Fire Station.
3a. Council approval to purchase Police Dog replacement at a cost of $12,255.00.
b. Council approval to authorize discounted price to Fraternal Order of Police for rental of Pavilion for FOP Gala June 9th.
c. Council discuss/approve purchase of the following:
30 Panasonic Toughbooks —————————- $1,467.40 $44,022.00
30 Port replicators / Power supply ——————- 733.64 22,009.20
30 Mounting poles /docking stations ————– 83.78 2,513.40
30 Mounting Componets (mounting interface — 214.80 6,444.00
TOTAL COSTS ————- $74,955.60
4a. Council approval to purchase a Generator for Street Department. Cost approximately $15,000.00. Street Department.
b. Council Approval to purchase a 2018 D 5 Dozer Price $117,898.78 with trade in of D3G Dozer – $20,000.00 – final price $97,898.78.
c. Council approval to purchase a 2018 420 F 2 Backhoe Price $89,997.67 with trade in of 580 SK – $11,000.00 – final price $81,935.00.
HUB RECREATION CENTER
5a. New Employee Recommendations – Part-time Employee
Conner Rice – Lifeguard $9.50/hour
Jonathan Crouse – Lifeguard $9.50/hour
Daphne Whiting – Camp Counselor $9.00/hour
Karye Harris – Group Fitness Instructor $15.00/hour
Jasmine Porter – Front Desk Attendant $9.00/hour, Café Attendant $9.00/hour
Michaela Barber – Front Desk Attendant $9.00/hour, Café Attendant $9.00/hour
b. Additional Job Classifications
Sarah Knowles – Group Aquatic Fitness Instructor $20.00/hour (Aquatics Operations-1008)
Hayden Gunther – Group Aquatic Fitness Instructor $20.00/hour (Aquatics Operations-1008)
c. White & Borgognoni Architects, P.C. Invoice
Architectural Services for Repairs of the Hub Recreation Center – Invoice #1
dated 4/3/2018 for time from July 11, 2017 to March 19, 2018 – $57,139.20.
d. White & Borgognoni Architects, P.C.
Estimated architectural fees for the bidding/negotiation and construction phase services for the Hub Recreation Center repairs project.
Bidding/Negotiation: $ 3,525.00
Construction Administration: $18,800.00
Construction Observations: $23,880.00
MARION CARNEGIE LIBRARY
6. Council approval of new employee Hayley Reid as a Librarian I to fill the position recently vacated due to the resignation of Cheleste Sieviking.
7. ORDINANCE 3440 An Ordinance approving the vacation of a portion of Oxford Street.
8. ORDINANCE 3441 An Ordinance approving the vacation of a portion of 7th Street.
9. Ordinance 3442 An Ordinance approving the subdivision North Hills Subdivision, developed by Gary McGee.
10. Resolution 2018-12 – Resolution stating the City of Marion does commit $860,765.00 for use in conjunction with an Illinois Community Development Block Grant Program.
11. Council approval of hourly and salaried non-union employees pay rate increase as presented in Executive Session.